Carrie Fisher gets tribute from Mark Hamill on her first death anniversary

Carrie Fisher gets tribute from Mark Hamill on her first death anniversary

An year ago today late Carrie Fisher left this world to a galaxy far far away and the release of her film Star Wars: The Last Jedi has fans wetting their eyes just by her mere look. Carrie Fisher has been acting in films more than four decades now and she is best known for her character Princess Leia in Star Wars films. She has been a Star Wars since episode IV in 1977 and also had a major part to play in The Last Jedi. She has completed her shoot for The Last Jedi before her sudden death and no CGI was used on her character like it was in Paul Walker’s face in Fast and Furious.

Carrie was beloved in Hollywood community and adored by her millions of fans. During what would be her last days, Carrie wrote a book about her life in which she mentioned that herself and Harrison Ford had an affair just like Leia and Han Solo. With her demise, all the veteran actors such as Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford are out of their wages in the Star Wars franchise. There are still speculations about her role in Episode IX and producers have not made clear if she is a part of that film or not.

In an interview Rian Johnson said that it was one of the most important moments of his life when he got to direct Carrie with the rebellion troop and the scenes between her and Mark Hamill were sheer candy to the fandom. Mark Hamill has always been vocal about his sadness on the demise of Carrie and he also said that he still can’t exactly get over the fact she is not there in flesh and blood anymore. Carrie left a memorable filmography and some very close personal relations upon her death. Mark Hamill’s tribute to Carrie shows that his love and respect for her isn’t going nowhere.

No one's ever really gone… #AlwaysWithUs #CarrieOnForever

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